it looks like there are quite a few new fans for warehouse 13 lately, i suppose, with the series finale coming soon. people seem to think the warehouse 13 fandom is lacking fluffy fics. well, they aren’t wrong, but they’re probably not looking hard enough either. with the…
Just a question, but is anyone else having problems opening certain blogs with Chrome since tumblr last had some downtime? It seems like it’s a random thing for me, as I can load most of the actual blogs I try, but some of them continuously break the page and refuse to load.
Anyone else with this problem, or am I just the unlucky one?
It has been happen to me as well. I thought it was my stupid windows phone. I only have it for the crazy insane camera, everything else is horrible.
Not all reaction GIFs work, when I try to go to the posters blog I get a broken link alert
Emma & Regina | Same Mistake
Myka doesn’t have any tears left, she’s all cried out. Or maybe it’s the years and years of training herself to not show the hurt, to always be strong.
She has to be strong for Claudia who is clutching her arm as if it’s the only thing keeping her upright, when in reality it serves as an anchor for Myka.
She hides her pain from Mrs. Frederic and Artie who give her understanding nods and grim half-smiles that are meant to give her strength but to Myka only look out of place.
She is trying so hard to be strong for Pete, for Steve, for everyone present; and most of all for herself. There’s no use in crying, it won’t change a thing.
She can’t turn back time.
She clutches the lily in her hand so hard she can feel the stem crumple under the pressure. She knows what that feels like. Helena would have been amused by that thought, she knows. “Are you actually saying you know what a flower feels like, Myka?” she would have teased with a smile. “An almost dead one even, seeing as it’s been cut from its life force?” And they would have laughed about it, at least at some point in the past before … before everything.
Myka focuses her energy on trying not to kill an already dying flower faster. Imagining Helena’s smile helps for a moment, but only until a young girl steps forward and tosses a handful of dirt into the hole in the ground. She looks up at Myka with her sad, sad eyes, and Myka finally loses the titan grip she has on her emotions.
She turns on her heels, startling everyone, and leaves the funeral, her stride lengthening with every step she takes. By the time she stops running, the lily in her hand is as dead as she is inside. As dead as the woman she secretly, not-so-secretly loved.
Myka places the lily gently on her bed at the inn and reaches for her gun.
Title: Everybody Wins
Pairing: Bering & Wells
Rating: nearly M
Summary: The game as prelude
Note: We’re all aware that Jo is a Canadian (giraffe princess), but Myka’s American all the way and I tried to have fun with it.
“And tell me again why I have…
Ok…so yes you can fly an airbus through some of the WH13 plotholes, but I have wanted to talk about this for, like, the ENTIRE TIME I’ve been in this fandom and I can’t seem to find anyone that has seen enough of Eureka to have this conversation.
Let’s talk about the Einstein-Rosen time bridge…
In the far future, Helena has mastered Time itself. Her new machine has the capability of transporting her, body and mind, to any time or place she desires. It was Christina’s death, her dear daughter, which provoked her first forays into time travel. It is Myka’s death that…